Motorcycle Types Cruiser Suzuki GZ250 Price Drop: Under $3K

Suzuki GZ250 Price Drop: Under $3K

Suzuki GZ250

Wanting to make entry-level motorcycling more affordable, Suzuki recently announced a price reduction on the standard price of the sporty GZ250.

Now motorcyclists can buy the GZ250 for $2,999, a full $1,000 cheaper than the normal asking price. The GZ250 is a reliable single-cylinder motorcycle with classic cruiser styling and great handling.

Suzuki says the GZ 250 features a dynamic, fuel-efficient 249cc single-cylinder, twin-valve, four-stroke engine with a single-overhead-cam (SOHC), providing the GZ250 with good acceleration and a wide power-band.

This makes the GZ250 a strong performer under a variety of riding conditions, and the simplicity of its single-cylinder engine makes it a reliable, easy-to-maintain entry-level machine.

The GZ250 joins other competitively-priced Suzuki motorcycles such as the classic-styled TU250X and sportbike GS500F models, all of which offer beginning riders an affordable entrance to the motorcycling experience that doesn’t compromise on performance, style or quality.

A range of Genuine Suzuki Accessories are also offered to complement the GZ250’s classic cruiser style, and are available at suzukicycles.com.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling.

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